In a previous article, we learned about Microsoft’s Windows Essential Business Server (EBS) 2008, a low-cost way to get a number of essential network services bundled in an easy-to-manage package. If you still remember what EBS does, great! Let’s now assume that we are ready to deploy EBS, but how do we do it? That’s where this article comes in.
EBS is engineered to be easy to use, but that does not include installation and setup. The checklist is more of a life saver for deployment experts, as it will allow them to skip the whitepapers to setup EBS systems.
Thanks to HP Malaysia for loaning Enterprise Networking Planet an HP ProLiant ML150 to test EBS.